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Interview: Dale Lazarov Talks Smart, Wholesome Gay Comics Smut, Censorship, That Infamous Milo Manara Spider-Woman Variant, and the iPhone 6By Jude Terror in Features on September 10, 2014
We also talk about beefcake variants, the history of gay erotic comics, the creative process, silent comics, and much, much more! Oh, but not actually the iPhone 6.
Marvel has replaced the new, black Captain America with a white silhouette before the first issue has even shipped!
The legendary actor and crazy old man named four women he would love to star in the sequel.
The comic will be sold on news stands, fulfilling the long time wishes of fans who have insisted that a return to news stands would fix all the problems in the industry.
Did we get enough keywords in that headline? How about Avengers Avengers Avengers?!
If the network had bothered to fact check, they would have easily learned the holiday is only one day long.
The respected "writer of many things, one of which happens to be comics," was revealed to be the legendary nineteenth century murderer.
If you read one comic book where a Native American turns into a spirit bear and kicks the crap out of a succubus this year, let it be Pariah, Missouri!
The comic is a "biography" of The Joker and the real life copycat crimes he inspires.
Johns will be signing copies of "truly the most epic crossover event of all time" at a Barnes and Noble in L.A.
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